Joseph P. McHugh, Frances Rauso, Patricia Hoza… The names of the Cathedral Club of Brooklyn members who died this year were read solemnly and prayerfully at the group’s annual Memorial Mass Nov. 23.
For the second straight year, Brian Long has been inducted as the President of the Cathedral Club of Brooklyn, a lay organization of the Brooklyn Diocese that promotes the interests of the Church.
Citing the Reproductive Health Act that was recently passed in New York State, Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio decried the fact that it makes New York “the abortion capital of the United States.”
William Joseph Turner, long-time member of the Cathedral Club of Brooklyn and U.S. Air Force veteran, died Sept. 24.
Finding a just solution for the so-called Dreamer-immigrants in the United States must be part of a larger reform of immigration policy in the country, said Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio.
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio was the celebrant of the annual memorial Mass for deceased members of the Cathedral Club of Brooklyn, Nov. 18.
At the 117th annual dinner of The Cathedral Club of Brooklyn, Cardinal Timothy Dolan urged club members to be active in public policy debates and to bring their values to shaping modern society.
Queens attorney Mark Cipolla became the new president of The Cathedral Club of Brooklyn during a swearing-in ceremony at Gargiulo’s in Coney Island.
This week’s Tablet TALK highlights two new saints and some beloved parents in Woodside, an update on a Dyker Heights girl who was blessed by the pope and hopes to walk again, a Mass honoring the Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Mary and much, much more.
Banking executive James B. McHugh is receiving the Jerry Forest Memorial Award at the 2015 Great Irish Fair of New York.